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See also: "Copyright aspects of downloading and streaming

Streaming copyrighted content can involve making infringing copies of the works in question. Streaming, or looking at content on the Internet, is legal in Europe, even if that material is copyrighted.[30]

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  23. ^ A typical one-hour "video lecture is the following "live stream" from an international conference on "financial crises: [1].
  24. ^ The corresponding Internet link is http://www.digitalconcerthall.com/
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